Definition of trebly in English:

trebly

Syllabification: tre·bly
Pronunciation: /ˈtreblē
 
/

adjective

(Of sound, especially recorded music) having much or excessive treble.
More example sentences
  • Starting out with breakneck speed and the chaos it inspired, they played hard and loud with an abrasive, trebly sound that went straight for your jaw muscles.
  • The mono soundtrack sounds predictably canned and trebly, but the dubbed dialogue (there's no audio option for the original Spanish) presents clearly and the score, such as it is, is more or less unobtrusive.
  • Slash's trademark trebly guitar still sounds exactly the same.

adverb

[as submodifier] Back to top  
Three times as much: to Katherine, the house was trebly impressive
More example sentences
  • The touring exhibitions of pictures arranged by the London National Gallery are trebly useful.
  • It is a tough race but for one Beckenham grandmother this year it will be trebly difficult.
  • Chris' lack of top thatching is trebly compensated for by his vast Boer beard, which flows and flows, like the Victoria falls, to almost meet a belly of, well, prodigious proportions.

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